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THE SUNDAY TIMES

  • Manchester United are preparing to bring Gareth Bale back to the Premier League and combine the Wales international in a forward line with last season’s high-profile attacking signings, Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez.
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  • Jose Mourinho has put Paris Saint-Germain’s £75m star Marco Verratti on his list of targets.
  • Manchester United are also ready to test Fulham’s resolve with a £50m offer for Ryan Sessegnon.
  • Bayern Munich will watch England goalkeeper Jordan Pickford at the World Cup – as question marks grow over Manuel Neuer’s future.
  • Valencia striker Rodrigo is open to a move to the Premier League and could interest Arsenal.
  • Manchester City held further talks with Leicester on Friday as they stepped up their efforts to sign Riyad Mahrez.
  • West Brom midfielder Jake Livermore is a £10m target for Roy Hodgson at Crystal Palace.
  • Joe Hart has been left in a transfer limbo because of his £150,000 weekly wage at Manchester City, with Sporting Lisbon the latest club to pull out of a move for financial reasons.
  • Everton’s new manager Marco Silva will make a move for Celta Vigo midfielder Daniel Wass, who is available for £5m because he has only one year left on his contract.
  • Wolves are weighing up selling striker Benik Afobe to Stoke to take a quick profit on the player they only signed from Bournemouth last week.
  • Cardiff are set to make a bid for Everton striker Oumar Niasse, looking at a year-long loan with obligation or option to buy.
  • Aston Villa boss Steve Bruce is keen on a loan deal for Watford goalkeeper Costel Pantilimon.
  • Middlesbrough want Switzerland striker Michael Frey in a £2m deal from FC Zurich.
sunday mirror
  • Unai Emery wants to make Sevilla midfielder Steven N’Zonzi one of his first Arsenal signings this summer.
  • New Everton boss Marco Silva has been told by Watford to forget about launching a bid for Richarlison.
  • Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham are all hot on the trail of £20m-rated PSV Eindhoven striker Steven Bergwijn.
  • Leeds waited to sack Paul Heckingbottom to save themselves £500,000 in compensation – he would have been due £1m if dismissed before the start of June.
  • Norwich and Swansea are keen on Liverpool’s Wales goalkeeper Danny Ward.
sunday people
  • West Ham have issued a “hands-off” warning to Manchester United over their pursuit of Marko Arnautovic.
  • John Toshack is in the frame for a return to international management with Cameroon, being on a four-man shortlist for the job along with Lothar Matthaus.
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  • West Ham will head the chase for Jack Wilshere if he leaves Arsenal.
  • John Terry could have banked a £4m bonus if Aston Villa had been promoted last weekend.
  • Anthony Martial is pushing Manchester United to indicate whether they want to keep him in the long-term.
sunday express
  • Gareth Bale is prepared to keep Manchester United waiting for a decision on his future until he sees who is going to replace Zinedine Zidane in the hotseat at Real Madrid.
  • Jurgen Klopp has emerged as the first choice of Real Madrid fans to be the successor to Zinedine Zidane as manager.
  • Brighton are ready to increase their offer to Sunderland for winger Paddy McNair to £5m.
  • Wayne Rooney’s move to MLS with DC United could be finalised on Monday.
scottish sun
  • Rangers boss Steven Gerrard has made the loan signing of striker Dominic Solanke his number one priority.
  • Ally McCoist has emerged as a shock contender to be the new St Mirren boss.
  • Livingston want to speak to free agent Kenny Miller about their vacant manager’s position.
sunday mail
  • Coleraine boss Oran Kearney is vying with Ally McCoist to become the new St Mirren manager.

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